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Lions Club members serenaded residents with Christmas carols |pAGe 5

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Jessup official ends more than three decades of service. by Christopher Cornell

dent and can recall fondly “playing kickball, kick-the-can and baseball ADVAntAGe eDitor with my friends at the Grassy Island In trying to describe James Brunozzi, Avenue soccer field; having to be home before the nine o’clock siren, who is retiring from Jessup Borough politics this year, you could just list his taping broken baseball bats received from grownups; going to all of my accomplishments. It’s a long list. He was on council for 36 years and father’s baseball games; and being outside and being with friends.” served as president of council for 29 As a senior at Jessup High School of those years years. He oversaw the construction of a new borough build- he met Joyce, his wife of 57 years. He got interested in local politics ing, the replacement and upgrade of because, he said, “I saw people from railroad crossings in the borough, the borough do things to help other the development and construction people and help the town. I wanted of the Mid Valley Industrial Park, to follow in their footsteps. When a and the addition of Veteran’s Drive, borough official’s term was up, I was Station Park and the train station, asked to run and said yes.” the construction of the Kids Korner Asked which project brought him playground, the renovation and addition of sports complexes, town parks, the most satisfaction, he replied, “I’d have to say it was great to see Kids sidewalks, street-lights, the Sterry Creek and Grassy Island culvert flood Korner being built by the community for the children. Also, the Mid Valcontrol projects, the Valley View Inley Industrial Park which brought in dustrial Park and Jessup Small Busibusinesses, bringing in many jobs to ness Center and, most recently, he the area. The Jessup Small Business was part of the negotiations for the $80 million municipal host agreement Center and Valley View Business Park, for the natural gas-fired power plant. brought more than 2,000 jobs to the area. The state and county were very Brunozzi is a lifelong Jessup resiinstrumental in helping the borough work with the Chamber of Commerce to develop these businesses.” He also points to the controversial power plant project. TS_CNG/ADVANTAGE/PAGES [A01] | 01/11/18

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James Brunozzi is retiring after 36 years in borough politics.

“For a year and a half the borough officials worked hard, having numerous meetings to make sure the community was heard. This was one of the biggest projects that the borough was involved in. After a year and a half the borough decided that the power plant would be a great way to keep Jessup and the surrounding towns moving forward.” His plans for retirement are pretty simple. “Watching my youngest granddaughter, while still keeping up

with the older four grandchildren; running errands for my family and spending more time with them all. Being a borough official takes up a lot your time.” His message to the community is one of gratitude. “I’d like to thank all the borough officials and everyone I worked with — there are many — through the past 36 years,” he said. “I enjoyed it very much. As the sign says, ‘Jessup: a nice place to visit, a better place to live.’ ”


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Dance club

The Northeast Social Dance Club, (NESDC) will hold a dance on Saturday, Jan. 13, 8-11 p.m. at the Falcon’s Nest, 403 Hudson St. in Mayfield. Music will be provided by DJ Phyllis. Admission is $5 and the public is invited. For more information, call 570-766-9643.

at 6:30 p.m. Applicants are encouraged to bring payment, photo and proof of service to these sessions. Cost is $225 and all applications are accepted on a first-comefirst-served basis.

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Trinity Episcopal Church, 58 River St. in Carbondale, will hold a free community dinner on Saturday, Jan. 20, noon to 1 p.m.

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Peckville United Methodist Church, 732 Main St., will hold a takeout-only roast beef dinner on Saturday, Jan. 20, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Advance sale tickets are $12 (call 570-489-6093 or 570-489-8042 by Saturday, Jan. 13). Tickets at the door Jessup’s Operation Noel will be remov- are $14, if available. Drive through from ing the Christmas decorations throughMain Street for pick up. out town on Sunday, Jan. 14, beginning at 8 a.m. Anyone interested in helping should report to the Heritage Center on Kenny’s Pub, 153 Spruce St. in ArchChurch Street. bald will present Kerry Kenny and Liquid Lenny on Saturday, Jan. 20, at 8 p.m. Call 570-876-4204 for more information. There will be public information and application sessions for the 2018 Hometown Heroes Banners at the Archbald Forest City Area Emergency Services, Borough Building, 400 Church St. on 380 Railroad St. in Forest City, will hold Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, designer purse bingo on Sunday, Jan. Jan. 21, at 1 p.m. and Tuesday, Jan. 23,

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The seventh annual Snowflake Gala benefiting Leader Dogs for the Blind, and hosted by the Eynon-Archbald Lions Club, will be held on Saturday, Jan. 27, 6-11 p.m. at Fiorelli’s in Peckville. Open bar; entertainment by Music for Models and Top shelf Entertainment; international tasting stations, silent auctions, basket raffles and more. Tickets are $75. For reservations call or text 570-470-7838.

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The Scott Township Veterans Memorial Committee routinely continues to take memorial brick orders throughout the year. However, if anyone wishes to have a brick installed for Memorial Day, May 28, the bricks must be ordered by March 3. Since its dedication in 2013, 497 memorial bricks have been installed at the township’s veterans memorial. Brick order blanks are available from any committee person, at the township building, or on the township website: scotttownship. org. Call 570-587-3120 or 570-2546783 for further information.

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Frigid weather did not stop the annual New Year’s Day pond hockey game at the Archbald ice pit. From left: Alex Petrovich, Patrick Redman, Carlo Possanza, Dominic Possanza, Mario Possanza, Jonathan Gething, Chris Asselin, Richard Mullen, Anthony Possanza and Connor Mullen.

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Schoo l n e wS Carbond ale area H ono r ro ll Carbondale Area Junior-Senior High School has named the students who made honor roll during the first marking period of the school year. Seventh grade First honors: Mckenzie Alexander, Joshua Berg, Madalyn Borders, Audrey Cobb, Gavin Connor, Robert Constantine, Gianna Gallo, Danica Gilligan, Julia Gorel, Gabriella Gregory, Mia Karosus, Brycen Kelly, Madison Kelsh, Abbie Larson, Gia Mark, Daisy Martinez, Tyler Moskosky, Julia Murphy, Victoria Nieves, Diamond O’Dowd, Nicholas Ohmanacht, Katelyn Ostrander, Paige Paugh, Brian Repsher, Bryan Salitsky, Keirsten Sopinski, Matthew Tarchak, Matthew Totsky, Jacob Ulmer and Kyleigh Wallace. Second honors: Chase Arthur, Nevaeh Cost, Shauna Durst, Gavin Ellett, Ashley Escott, Corinne Haley, Alyssa Hendrick, Amay Jefferson, Ayonnah Jefferson, Mikayla Jordan,

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From Helen’s Kitchen BY Lori KisheL

MEATBALL STEW WITH DUMPLINGS (Can be made with beef or sausage.) 1 pound ground beef 1 egg 2 tablespoons chopped onion Salt and black pepper, to taste 1 beef bouillon cube 1-1/2 cups boiling water 1 (10-3/4- ounce) can condensed tomato soup 1 cup carrots, cut into small pieces 1 cup potatoes, cut into small pieces 1 small onion, sliced Dash thyme 1 (can of 10) Refrigerated Buttermilk Biscuits Combine first five ingredients in mixing bowl; mix well and form into 1-1/2-inch balls. In large pot, brown meatballs; drain excess fat. Dissolve bouillon in boiling water. Add water and next five ingredients, stirring gently. Bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer 15 minutes. Separate refrigerated dough into 10 biscuits; cut each in half. Place halves on hot stew mixture and lightly sprinkle with parsley and paprika. Simmer, uncovered, 10 minutes; cover tightly, simmer 20 minutes longer; then serve at once. Yield: 5 to 6 servings.

slices; serve with sauce. Yield: 10 servings. TURKEY- STUFFED GREEN PEPPERS 1 pound lean ground turkey 1/2 cup instant rice 1/2 cup carrot, grated 1/4 cup onion, chopped 3 tablespoons parsley, chopped 1 or 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 teaspoon each salt and black pepper 1 (8-ounce) can tomato sauce 2 large green peppers Preheat oven to 350º. In a medium bowl combine turkey, rice, carrot, onion, parley, garlic, salt, pepper and tomato sauce. Mix to blend thoroughly. Cut each pepper in half lengthwise. Remove and discard seeds and membranes. Divide meat mixture between peppers. Place in a baking dish with a little water (to steam); cover and bake 1 hour 15 minutes, or until peppers are tender. Yield: 4 servings.

3/4 cup light sour cream Salt and black pepper, to taste Place potatoes in 4-1/2 quart saucepan. Cover with cold water; add 1 teaspoon salt. Bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to medium; boil potatoes until fork-tender (15 to 18 minutes). Drain. In a 10-inch nonstick skillet melt 2 tablespoons butter over medium heat. Add onions; continue cooking, stirring occasionally, until onions are brown (8-10 minutes). Set aside. Place cooked hot potatoes in large mixer bowl. Mash slightly with fork. Beat at medium speed, adding cold butter 1 tablespoon at a time, until mixed (30 to 60 seconds). Continue beating. Gradually add browned onions and all remaining ingredients until well mixed (1 to 2 minutes). Do not overbeat. Serve immediately. Yield: 12 servings.

HONEY- SPICE CAKE WITH ORANGE CREAM 1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1/2 stick butter, softened 1/2 cup light sour cream TORTELLINI WITH POTATOES AND 1/3 cup orange juice TOMATOES 1/4 cup honey 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 egg whites 1 large red onion, finely chopped 2 cups all-purpose flour 3 large potatoes, peeled and diced 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 clove garlic, minced 1 teaspoon cinnamon 3 ripe tomatoes, diced 1/2 teaspoon ginger 1 bay leaf BEEF RIB EYE ROAST WITH 1/4 teaspoon salt Hot pepper flakes, to taste CURRANT SAUCE For Orange Cream: Freshly ground black pepper, to taste 4-pound beef rib eye roast 2/3 cup light sour cream Salt, optional 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 tablespoon sugar 1 pound tortellini 1 teaspoon salt Heat oil in nonstick pan and sauté onion 1 teaspoon cracked black pepper 1 teaspoon grated orange peel 1 tablespoon orange juice until softens and begins to brown. Add potatoes 1 teaspoon dried thyme leaves Heat oven to 325º. In large mixer bowl comand garlic; cook about 15 minutes until potatoes Current Sauce (recipe below) bine brown sugar, butter, 1/3 cup sour cream, are cooked through. Boil water for tortellini. Preheat oven to 350º. Combine garlic, salt, 1/3 cup orange juice, honey and egg whites. About 5 minutes before potatoes are cooked, pepper and thyme; press evenly into surface Beat at low speed, scraping bowl often, until add tomatoes, bay leaf, hot pepper flakes, pepof roast. Place roast on rack in shallow roastper and salt, if desired. Cook tortellini according well mixed (1 to 2 minutes). Continue beating, ing pan. Insert meat thermometer so bulb is to package directions; drain and stir into potato gradually adding all remaining cake ingredients centered in thickest part; do not add water or 1 to 2 more minutes. Pour batter into greased cover. Roast 18 to 22 minutes per pound for rare mixture. Stir to mix well and serve. Yield: 3 9-inch round cake pan. Bake for 35-40 minutes to medium. Remove roast from oven when meat servings. thermometer registers 135º for rare, 155º for or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Meanwhile, in small bowl stir together TOASTED ONION MASHED medium. Let stand 15 minutes before carving. all orange cream ingredients. Serve cake warm POTATOES For currant sauce: or cool with dollop of orange cream. Yield: 10 5 medium potatoes, cut into eighths 1-1/2 teaspoons dry mustard, dissolved in 1 servings. Water teaspoon water 1 teaspoon salt 1 (12-ounce) jar brown beef gravy APPLE PUDDING 2 tablespoon butter 1/4 cup currant jelly 8 apples, thinly sliced 3 cups coarsely chopped onions In small saucepan combine sauce ingredi6 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons cold butter ents; cook over medium heat 5 minutes, or until 1/2 stick butter 1/2 cup skim milk, warmed bubbly, stirring occasionally. Carve roast into

6 eggs, slightly beaten 1 pint sour cream 1/2 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg Graham cracker crumbs (about 2 cups) Combine apples, the 6 tablespoons sugar and butter. Place in pan; cook until apples are soft. In top of double boiler, place beaten eggs, sour cream and sugar. Cook to a custard texture; remove from heat and add vanilla and nutmeg. Combine custard and apples. Butter bottom and sides of frying pan; press graham cracker crumbs on bottom and sides. Pour mixture into pan and sprinkle more cracker crumbs on top. Bake in 325º to 350º in slow oven for one hour; check at least once during baking period. CREAM CHEESE BROWNIES (Requested by a reader.) For filling: 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, at room temperature 1/2 cup sugar 1 egg 1/8 teaspoon salt 1(6-ounce) semi-sweet chocolate chips Cream together the cream cheese, sugar, egg and salt. Stir in chips; set aside. For layer cake: 1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1/4 cup cocoa 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 cup oil 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup water 1 tablespoon vinegar Sift flour, cocoa, salt, sugar and baking soda in a bowl. Pour liquid ingredients, oil, vanilla, water and vinegar on top of dry ingredients; beat into a thin batter. Pour batter into well-greased 9-inch square baking pan. Drop dollops of cream cheese mixture over top of batter. Swirl in cream cheese with knife. Bake at 350º for 45 to 50 minutes until set. Cut into squares when cool.

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named to the fall dean’s list at Kutztown University. Among them were Ashley The Friends of Cougar Baseball Booster Carter of Eynon, Tressa Anne Cicci of JesClub will meet on Thursday, Jan. 18, at sup, Carly Erdmann of Forest City, Andy 7 p.m. in the Valley View High School Huynh Thi Pham of Peckville, Amanda library. All members are welcome. Topics Tini of Archbald and Karlee Vaverchak of will include the update on new scoreboard Jermyn. and fundraising. • More than 1,400 students were named to the dean’s list at York College of Pennsylvania for the fall semester. Among • More than 1,725 students have been them were Kelly Farrell of Jessup and

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Benjamin Cerra, Donald Cinquegrana, Christopher Dietrich, Ian Fedorchak, Kristyn Feldra, Chloe George, Alexandria Granville, Zhaquara Grant, Jadden Hayner, Kaitlyn Hendrick, Olivia Kuttrubis, Jesse Miller, Jordan Molinaro, Hailey Norton, Damien Shaw, Jeffrey Snyder, Ariana Serrano, Isabelle Tierney, Destanie Umstead, Eric Vaverchak, Abbie Washeleski and Damien White. 11th grade First honors: Annaliese Allen, Hayly Beckwith, Lacey Bloom, Calista Calabro, Patrick Durkin, Andi Fedorchak, Keith Feduchak, Estelle Fuller, Alyssa George, Gretchen Gilia, David Gonzalez, Kristina Gorel, Rebecca Grecco, Devine Grimm, Madison Hayner, Joseph Herbert, Jeffrey Katchmore, Gabriel Lumbag, Noah Mauro, Rory Misko, Emily Moser, Paige Norella, Astrid Paz, Paxton Postlewaite, Jonathon Pugliese, Zachary Racht, Dylan Rowland, Kianna Savage, Darien Schiavone, Deven Schwartz, Kaitlyn Shockey, Nathan Uzialko, Nicholas Vadella, Emily Wall, Megan Wallis, Stone Wormuth and Michael Zazzera. Second honors: Brittaney Cain, Jessica Borders, Jacob Borosky, Mya Casey ,Collin Conway, Emily Daley, Jesse Dutter, Sabrina El Ghoulaymi, Carl Galavitz, Skielar Herchick, Mason Higdon, Brendan Kelly, Dylan Kilmer, Miranda McCormick,

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Each year Valley Bowling Lanes in Childs hosts a fundraiser to help children in the area who are in need for Christmas. Valley Bowling Lanes has been holding toy drives for the past nine Christmases. Cindy Dragwa, manager of Valley Bowling Lanes and

Champions Lounge, started with only four children and has grown this fundraiser to help 18 children in the Jermyn and Mayfield area. Every year she plans on helping more; their goal for next Christmas season is 20 children. Gifts generated through this fundraiser provide the recipients with winter coats, hats, gloves, full stockings, pajamas, outfits and toys that match the childrens’ Christmas wishes. Officials say a toy drive of this magnitude would not be possible without the outpouring of support the group receives from participating bowlers in all leagues at Valley Lanes, as well as patrons of Champions Lounge.


ciano 502, Dick Dodge 473, Norm Ludwig 467, Jack Skumanich 464 and Bob Lyman 459. Red Sox, Red Barons and Yankees won four points. Dec. 29 Waldo’s Tavern: Francis Pettis 215-607, Shawn Pettis 208-574, Randy Fox 492, Randy Gillette 457 and Lillian Pettis 450. Depends won four points. Jan. 2 Tuesday Fun Times: Don Bidwell 232-636, Kyle Kuczma 227-595, Tom Knierim 210-580, Michael Kulp 204-572, Norman Campbell 204-572, Kyle Smith 201-556, Rob Sauers 210-555, Jim Kelley 246554, Matt Magdon 201-532, Dave Marcinko 202-526, George Slocum Jr 512,David Littlejohn 206-499, Michael Gruber 493, Don Bidwell Jr 491, Barbara Kukol 486, Peter Raymond 483, Corey Cuneo 468, Judy Ambrose 467, Michael Kelley 465, Kathy Croft 476, Ray Bulls 470, Betty Horrocks 454 and Joe Cicco 452. Up & Coming and Scared Splitless won four points. Grassy Island Men: Frank DeAngelis Jr 224-658, Stan Buczynski 209-570, Joe Zagursky 227-565, Bryan Munley 217-551, Mike Yakacki 535, Benji Benko 531, Tony Barrett 504, Frank DeAngelis 499 and Paul Shanahan 457. Benko Masonry won four points. ARC Fun & Friendship: Kristen Haefele 270, Ryan McConlogue 219, Michael Delvecchio 205, Kelly Eavnusa 203, Ashley Blevins 242, Bobby Robbins 325, Andrea McFarland 206, Joseph Scalzo 265, Sara Wolff 247, Maggie Anderson 269, Christine Cortino 203, Eddie Vega 270, Anita Caporali 205, Selena Waters 200, Joe Caljean 229, Brandon Frommert 219, Brenton McHugh 233, Amy Bainbridge 273, Rich Butkiewicz 217, Ryan Simon 215-386, Tyler Coleman 246, Louis Passeri 281 and Jason Frazier 220. Jan. 3 Leisure Ladies: Linda Zigray 500, Susan Brundage 471, Ginger Holeva 459, Linda Muir 454, Debbie Meyer 454, Beverly Frazier 452, MJ Schmaltz 427, Darlene Sebastianelli 414 and Roin Jacobson 410. No Threat and Dolls with Balls won four points. Senior Men: Pete Karwowski 259-656, Bob Rutkowski 235-608, Gene Menago 213-603, Max Stepien 206-589, Paul Zalewski 215-578, Jim Dodge 220-576, Bob Lyman 542, Jim McHugh 504, Dick Dodge 501, Rich Budzinski 486, Bob Simms 479, Jack Skumanich 470, Lou Nardella 463 and Rich Emans 459. Red Sox won four points. Deutsch Institute Bowling League: Billy Wassel 247, Brittany Durkin 238, Chris Moroski 219, Mikey Perry 230, Tommy Hennigan 248, Brian Compton 214, Sean Dixon 236, Tom Woody 280, Giovan Lisi 310, Michael Corwin 300, Steven Franchetti 222, John Herman 225 and Bob Szymanski 282. 6 Musketeers & Team 2 won three points. Valley Lanes

Dec. 18 Carbondale Commercial -- recap of last weeks points: Lawler’s 5 vs Champions 25; Moxie Club 14 vs Dragon Flys 16; Dixon Seals It 26 vs FYI Graphics 4; Smitty’s 10 vs Advance Floor 20; Crossroads 11.5 vs Strike It Rich 18.5; Glennwood Tire 17 vs Bomba Deer 13 and Girt 17 vs Besten’s 13. The individual female high series was bowled by Riley Covaleski with a 448. He also had the individual female high game with a 172. The individual male high series was bowled by Derek Buffington with a 771 while the individual male high game was 279 bowled by Mike Yoder, Derek Buffington and Allan Ross. Other scores were: Mike Yoder 225-680, Leo Skorupa 212-213, Marc Sears 258-216-669, Tom Benitez 216-232-612, Tom Curtis 257-247-227-731, Bruce Smallacombe 223-258-245-726, Bob Johnson 223, William Hebner 236-632, Chris Brown 257-258-715, Bryan Filarsky 213-210, Coery Petrokonis 227, Cory Sohns 212, Conrad Bartholomew 227, Rich Winslow 243-236-673, Len sliva 265-623, Tom Johnson 239-235-678, Jack Martin 243-246-706, Bobby Johnson 258-246-718, Mark Clark 226, Mike Kania, Sr. 211-247-664, Derek Buffington 278-214, Bobby Bennett 222-215-615, Bobby Ashby 247237-254-738, Adam Grabowski 235-234-668, Allan Ross 250-732, Bob Cicci 216-278-703, Dean Coleman 237-621, Eddie Gray 224-620, Rich Bergsma 214-228-647, Dave Price 221-217-229-667, Mike Straut 243, Josh Kohut 234-214-639, Dave Bishop, Sr. 256-234-696, Jon McDOnough 226-225-231-682, Fred Moase 215-220-242-677, Ed Slick 222-644, Mike Monaghan 258-212-655, Ryan Snyder 236-224-627, Jim Poltanis 222-224-621, Phil Jones 225, Michael Weber 239-642, Peter Davis, Jr. 246-225-634 and Joe Renaldi 245-244-662. Dec. 19 Senior Citizen Mixed: Andy +3 won four points. Incredi:bowls”, Three Girls And a Guy and Never Give Up won three points. Signs, Wonder & Miracles and Wannabees won two points. The individual female high series was bowled by Cindy Urbas

Bowling Scores with a 505 while the individual female high game was 196 bowled by Maryann Debish. The individual male high series was bowled by Hal Walshaw with a 538 while the individual male high game was 209 bowled by Joe Rinaldi. Other scores were: Barbara Case 121-107-108-336, Jo Davis 134-108-333, Lucille McDonough 136-124-132-392, Hal Walshaw 155-178-205, Angie Atkinson 100-115-136-351, Frank Corio 127-160-118-405, Cindy Urbas 186-160-159, Ralph Hoyle 159-147-129-435, Lois Leonard 151-157-145-453, Helen Zedar 146-146-123-415, Marge Burell 161-173-151-485, Andy Notchick 146-147-166-459, Georgeann Calabro 127-149-133-409, Maryann Debish 151-139-486, Dave Andrukat 173, Donna Kozlik 102-135327, Mable Kane 171-169-137-477, Dorothy Whitman 130-150170-450, Joe Rinaldi 139-132-480, George Ulan 116-144-165-425, John Schmidt 109-103-123-335, Nancy Rinaldi 182-121-133-436, Shirley Green 146-174-181-501, Helen Swan 128-181-112-421, Caroline Lynch 113-107-121-341, Tom Kozlik 154-171-127-452, Lorraine Andrukat 151-172-136-459, Dolores Smey 123-171-130424, Lillian Leo 122=126-173-421, Joe Jerin 167-162-160-489, Donna Rodgers 146-140-156-442, Pat SAlak 160-125-113-398, Rose Nichols 148-177-1113-438, Ruthie Niblick 191-104, Lois Salansky 147-169-110-426, Toni Strada 107-103-103-313, Lori Eshelman 162-192-137-491, Heather Imbalzano 128-138-167-433 and Maryann Korty 157-131-145-433. Dec. 30 10:00 Bumper Mixed: First-half champions :Lightning Strikes. Rockstars, Three Muskateers and Dolpins won two points. The high individual female high series was bowled by Madison Colazzo with a 200. She also had the individual female high game with a 115. The individual male high series was bowled by Aaron Dragwa with a 220. He also had the individual male high game with a 112. Other scores were: Madison Colazzo 82-118-200, Dannica Winovich 93-82-175, Kaleb Zawisky 91-109-200, Athan Dragwa 75-96-171, Aaron DRagwa 108, Emma Leopardi 83-65-148, Nolan McEathron 51-47-98, Matthew Danylak 80-71-151, Joey Danylak 8079-159, Joseph Phillips 77-84-161, Noah Pittsman 85-72-157, Wyatt Winovich 67-98-165, Travis Winovich 77-111-188, Sophia Minor 75-84-159 and Mercede Noldy 91-73-164. Third- through Sixth-Grade Mixed: first-half champions--Curve Balls. Curve Balls and Pinguins won three points. The individual female high series was bowled by Karlee Warring with a 332. She also had the individual female high game with a 134. The individual male high series was bowled by Christopher Collins with a 418, while the individual male high game was 149 bowled by Christophe Collins. Other scores were: Nathan Gallup 124-76-123-323, Michael Danylak 86-78-109-273, Aidan Dragwa 58-67-68-193, Connor Sansky 108-80-106-294, Anthony DiBlasi 103-133-120-356, Karlee Warring 102-96, Christopher Collins 123-146, Maggie McGurrin 68-10973-250, Collin Hollis 87-85-90-262 and Erika Hollis 119-86-109-314. Seventh- through 12th-Grade Mixed: Flamin Pins won four points. Split Happens and Odd Balls won three points. Hambones and One Pin won one point. First half champions: Split Happens. The individual female high series was bowled by Taylor Warring with a 560. She also had the individual female high game with a 201. The individual male high series was bowled by Adam Blake with a 598. He also had the individual male high game with a 218. Other scores were: Angela Arendt 116-116-103-335, Michael Arendt 115-114-112-31, Logan Fuga 145-148-166-459, Jaiden Roasr 136-153-385, Nicolina Broskoskie 175-192-171-538, Aniesa Dragwa 172-184-184-540, Dale McConnell 154-177-154-485, Taylor Waring 177-182, Charlotte McCarren 194-159-118-471, Stephen Slolarik 120-113-112-345, Adam Blake 174-206, Emily Moser 96-110-88-294, Estelle Fuller 97-81-55-233 and Sharra Ott 79-72-102-253. Jan. 2 Senior Citizen Mixed: 3 Gals and Hal and Andy +3 won four points. Salansky, The Incredi”bowls” and The Uncresdi”bowls” won three points. Three Girls and a Guy, Wannabees and Never Give Up won one point. The individual female high series was bowled by Lori Eshelman with a 548. She also had the individual female high game with a 207. The individual male high series was bowled by Andy Notchick with a 528 while the individual male high game was 204 bowled by Hal Walshaw. Other scores were: Barbara Case 101-117-109-327, Jo Davis 79126-135-340, Lucille McDonough 142-1098-128-379, Hal Walshaw 152-139-495, Frank Corio 145-143-144-432, Cindy Urbas 124-138167-429, Ralph Hoyle 180-141-151-472, Lois Leonard 139-137-135411, Helen Zedar 86-115-149-350, Marge Burrell 155-156-170-481,

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